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La Provence at the Pacific - Smell of Lavender over the fields of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley in Washington State

Washington State Lavender fields and farms
Washington State Lavender fields and farms

The Annual Lavender Festival talkes place always the 3rd full weekend in July.
Visit the Lavender Capital of North America!

Fun on the Field is the Sequim Lavender Festival’s annual community showcase featuring twenty local nonprofit organizations with hands-on activities and demonstrations for the entire family to enjoy. The program includes: community stage, daily sheep herding demonstrations, pony rides, U.S. Customs dog search demonstration, a classic car show, food, crafts, and more. Family food includes hot dogs, salmon jerky, snow-cones, and nachos. The American Red Cross will be operating a first aid station and one of four sets of our conveniently located sani-kans (very important!) is on the field. Fun on the Field runs Friday- Saturday 9a.m. to 7p.m., and Sunday 9a.m. to 6p.m.

The Sequim Lavender Festival has been named one of North America’s Top 100 Events by the American Bus Association and is the largest lavender event in North America, making Sequim the Lavender Capital of North Americat®. The three day event features Farms on Tour, each offering lavender-centered activities, demonstrations, music, food, u-pick, and more.

Lavender Festival Event Date and Details

Check out the following official websites to learn more about the Lavender Festival in Sequim.


GPS Coordinates

1 -- Sequim
Decimal Lat: 48.07964451 / Lon: -123.1027796



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